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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 13, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Friday. Soplcmlxu- 13. IM2 THE DAILY Raymond Merchants Make Loud Protest (Continued from Iront. 'I'lionias Otl, barber, and agent for till) Hex Tailoring Toronto, says he would certainly protest against the l.nv, and thought the vouucll bad noted very unwisely. William I'aris, plumber and tin- smith, said he would close up lijs simp before IK' would pay such a 11- ttmsi1, which lie Icrined n, "holdup." X. Skouson was asked to pay 'fifty dollars (or conducting his im- plement and insurance business. Mr. Sltouson leek like Ihc otbcr business men and is up in arms against the nelion of the council. A. fiillies, jeweller, says the A MAGNIFICENT GIFT TOHELPLETHBRIDGE 'Continued from front page) Tbe mCKsiiKG conies Utility to l-'roil Downer, ehulrinau ot.lbe Jliwrtl Control, and in effect Hays: "Relative wire, of eleventh, TO Siieretary Hums anil the Congrens, tbe government of Hrllsli Columbia ileslres to give SOD to tbe Board of Control lo tadli. luto the niaklas of Hie Consrciu tbe Brcntesl. agrlenlttiral exposition and convention hold." Is Appreciated .Mr. Downer, speaking of thin' mes- eajju, said tills afternoon: "It its tho spirit iii'wlilch thai riimost takes me off my feel, We bad hoped for a Ions time that British Columbia would irmk-3 a fe-rant, as Home of the other provinces have done, as well Ills province and the Dominion law will ilrivp out many of the busi- govornmont, but when we learned of ni'ss men of the town, and will prove 'tho extent they planned lo so in malt- terrible knock lo the town, should1 -Ing sni exhibit, wo ware not only .itmai 11. ever be enforced. He condemned it "d. but we hardly folt as though we uncerlain lenns. ..uould look for a grant in aildflion. 1 Till! management o! tile Hub coin- to le" yo" II 's splendid. It pany thought lire law -was ail ill" coii- thcpvarm- heart Of tbe ralu-f MILLING COMPANY GOTJHELOT FANCY PRICE FOR LOT TO PRO TECT RIGHT OF WAY AT NELSON Nelson, Sept. wa HO keen at. the auctiun sale ol' govon ment In Nelson yuutcrduy mori ing for a small plcco or himt whle lies butwiien the Taylor -Milling JCIovator Co.'s new warehouse at th foot of Stanley Btrefil and i lie C.P.R track 'that wljoii the lot was finally sold to W. 0. of Luthhrldge, i had booa run up to which v.-a ''above the upset jirice of Mr. IVOK IB Holicltor for Hit! milling company arid the other bidder fo tho lot was D. Kurtz, of the Neinoi Transfer company. It is stated -Urn the milling1 company would llnd i extremely difficult to obtain entrance to its warehouse except across this lot and it was to avoid litl gatioiK it is declared that the compuu) ;mid what is regarded as a high jirice :or the projierty. i eidered piece of business. Instead 'of placing the license for a general store al they claimed it-should be ricd. They are taking up the matter with their attorneys without-.dclav. agriculture, Mr. Ellison, in l and It also Sil nicIiDTdMcBfjiiQ, ouo of tllQ greatest men or Western Canada, who Is look- Ing far into the future in the (level- Two 'Are Satisfied The pool room is also hit hard, as oiwrent of the .'wonderful the bylaw i strictly, provides that all of our great country. owe lo Mich-places, pi 'shall-'elosc Secretary HtiriiK, of tho Dry.Farmii At 10 sir. Smith claims that Congress a great deal-, in (his mat- (this will practically kill their busi- for been to Victoria, and tiess, lor their money is made in the "lct "lcso recently, and u looks evenings. They already pay Slilll) li-, lo lne "s 'hough he had done a deed cense. "f and fellowship' thai we I cannot fo'rget. He reported on hiu return that Sir Richard Tlfislroiis Kinfi Unitlicrs and the Raymond of aiding us, realizing tlie great ex- Mercantile seem satisfied with the we will be under, and It is a bylaw. They are the two largest husi- pleasure and a. ness bouses in town. They will copie for everyone of under the general store license. "s to do ljlt than we The Mercantile company will prob- to "'is Cou- aiily pay an additional license for na-' STOat il is desiined thincry.. greatest asncultural cou- I venticii and exposition ever I he ik-wspapcr man, too, lias Icon and Lethbridge will Kifoii a siagKciing blow, and if W. j Tail stays in business in Ray- mom! it will cost him a year in license. jMr. Tail believes this is'CTATJ? certainly not just, as his business is MA It cnnfined almost solely lo publicity fcrever work. .Mayor Evans on teing asked fur a I statement, refused to speak about the I matrer. The statement that the husi- ness men were loudly protesting did not sulltce lo make his worship speak, i Kvidently the action of is final. LIFE INSURANCE WHAT ALFY FRIPP LEARNED Ottawa, Sept. B. Frlpp, cbn- Bervative meifiher of ParHament for Ottawa, who bas just returned from a trip In tbe West, declares that it will be necessary for the Dominion gov- ernment to deal with the question of combines, more particularly as iliey affect the four western provinces, CITY AATH DISTRICT May Accompany Mr. McLean While- in the city yesterday, LJr. Leach, of Taber, intimated that he 'would likely visit the Peace Hiver country this fall in company with Hon. A. .7. McLean. The party will leave Edmonton next week. Police Court Four ganl-en drunks and vags ap- peared this morning before Magistrate Bentley. One was ordered out of (own, one dismissed, and the two pai-d the usual. Bin Boost for Lethbridge The Christian Scienc-c Monitor, Bos- ton, Mass., under date of August as, has a full page story of the Ury-Fann- T. .J. O'Brien, chairman of flu- po- session here in October. The article Is embellished with cuts, showing the buildings in which the exposition is to be held, and contains a wealth of catchy information of "the Home, Kept. the lirst meet growing, little Canadian city, 'which of (he Loan! of stale lifa insur- eKPGcts soon .to become a big city.1 The whole article is the best kind of advertising for Lethbridge and the Congress. the council tlle of coaimerce that many foreign insur- ance companies. incUuiing American licc and licenrc. .says. it corporations, had transferred their was Hie liest.t-he husincss to the.state. This now rep- in policies. iV der tlie circuiiistances. It al, hut.iw hind it. J approv- tiaiinn.s are pending for-the transler be- of -the business of for- eiga White Swan Yeast Cakes' Record Thousands of White Swan Yeast Cik s hate been sold in Canadi out a single complaint. Can the samp, be said about, other .brands? Sold n Of cuk'e" foi c Send foj tree simplo Sft inlsp.jfees Ai Ccieils Limited Toiouto O'nfc WOMEN ARE SHREWD BUYERS That's why so many of the best housekeepers buy their Groceries here. Read our list for Saturday. Specials for Preserving Time Peaches per P-I'mns. case Pears, per case CViibb Apples, per case. Tokay Grapes, Ore'cm Gi-apes, basket 85c. Jam Jars, pints..... Jam Jars, quarls Tomatoes, per case... "Rubber Kings, H for .25c. Greei'i Tomatoes per .4c. Bananas 30c. per doz. Celery 12 l-2c. per Ib. "Why worry about Lunch, n look over our Cooked -Meats will cure your I roubles for ever. H.Q'ilccJ Ham........... Ox Tongue.............60c. Luiidi Tongue .2.5c, .'JOc, 4-5c. Yea 1 Loa f..............20c. Boneless Chicken 45c Fresh Eggs, per cloz........ .4'0c Country Eggs per Jfinest Creamery Butter .Boneless Turkey.......45c. Corn Beef.....20e, 25e, Brawn...........-.....200 Special Toilet Paper: Five rolls for.......... 25c. Toilet iSoap. 8 for GEO, KERR 25c PHONES 1502-1453 313 FIFTH STRKKT SOUTH Phone 453 CLARKE CO. Now is the Time to Buy Now is the Time to Select Your Fall Apparel In. .suits, -coats, skirts, waists and millinery, this .store presents surprising styles, satisfying variety and values of exceptional .nierit. Heart the following items wn-eliilly anil do not forget that, cnHciiiK as they ;irc, scores of other eqiially'altraetive lines await your person- al inspection. Exceptionally Strong Values in New Tailored Suits A showing beyond all question, the best lalue in such garments ever offered by this stoic, made of pure wool cheviots In navys and black, as well as pure wool The Ladies' Store AcadU Block All the New Corsets arid Underwear to hand CORSETS for every figure at. prices to suit every purse, of the famous 0. A. and.La makes which are gener- ally recognized as Canada's leading line, ami confined ex- clusively to this store for Lethbridge.: UNDERWEAR of the fam- ous "Watson" make in a big range of ladies' and children's-1 drawers and Union sujt-3. Every garment guar- anteed by the maker. 50 m tweeds in-medium and dark colors. Co'ats madeViji the regulation 112-inch lengih. All; silk linerl; skirts rande mostly' with -high line and one piece fiont. Per1 feet-fitting and thoroughly tailored. Safe of New Coats in the Season's BestStyles" Saturday's Leading Value in the Underskirt Section Lovely quality soft, finish reversible, blanket cloths and fine shown in a great variety of the best; styles of the. season ami in a range of colors and sizes to meet the needs of tho most particular .dressers Styles that are cut on moderately narrow liaes, to conform to present of exceptionally 'iigli grade...Roman "Satin hi bJnok.only. Splendid- ly sewn throughout', fitted with perfectly'shaped and adjustable 'band. Lengths 34 to -10 .inches. Special Sale of Hats in the New Fall Styles Piom a shoHing of tlie most attractive models aier displayed outside tlie large centres. have selected some twenty-odd stjles to go at j special Saturday price, and can assure you that for utjle value and general becommgneis, not find iheir eaual In this western country. CAVIAR SOARS 25 PER CENT. Prices on-. Record Caused by Heavy American lin Centre of Business Berlin, Sept, price of cav- lar'has risen 25 per cent, antf it is selling at tbe highest figures oil re- cord, in consequence or the heavy American purchases. '.-The -situation Is further aggravated by the fact that this season's catch SB lowest in thiriy years, partly owing to the disastrous weather in August. Americans are 'said not only to have bought enormous quantities but to have bulled the market- to such. an extent that prices -have soared to an imprecRtlented height Beilin is the centie of the tride. winch amounts to a jeai HeiP firms the busiiiGbs Berlin itself is the laigest consumer of caviar ALL GOOD DEALERS SELL The Gurney-Oxford Enthusiast The housewife who owns a who has daily experience with the way it economy and efficiency of it- is a Gurney-Oxford Enthusiast. The. Gurney-Oxford Range is the turn total of 70 years experience in stove construction. It is a big, up-standing, handsome stove, that works con- etantly and unfailingly for its owner's satisfaction. It stands guard over her interests, conserving her time and energy, effecting a daily saying in coal, adding to the household economy and increasing the pleasure which comes from a smooth-running and well-ordered household. That's why she enthusiastically recommends the Gurney-Oxford whenever the question up. She wants her friends to learn, what she knows to be a fact, that a Gurney-Oxford Range is good housewife's most valuable and cherished possession. C. W. GRAY PHONE 761 ..LETHBRIDGE ;